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MISD Rodeo Art Show
Kate Hope

March is Youth Art Month, a nationally recognized program that emphasizes the value of art education for all children, encourages support for quality school art programs, and promotes the importance of art appreciation for all people. 

To celebrate, the Bullock Texas State History Museum hosts artwork from the State's most promising visual arts students, and Magnolia High School senior, Jeannette Aguilar and Bear Branch Intermediate 5th-grader, Adela Villarreal are among those. 

The museum's Third Floor Rotunda will be home to over 100 original pieces of art created by K-12 students. It will also be featured on the museum's website

Congratulations to these students on this exciting achievement!

"Alligator Dreams" by Bear Branch Intermediate 5th-grader, Adela Villeral

5th-grader Adela Villeral artwork, Alligator Dreams selected for display at Bullock Museum.

"Deserted Sunset" by Magnolia High School senior, Jeannette Aguilar

MHS Senior, Jeannette Aguilar artwork, Deserted Sunset selected for display at Bullock Museum.